Romania - Uber protests leads to taxi law change - April 30, 2017

Some 3,000 drivers and transporters who protested in front of the government’s building in Bucharest on 26 April, managed to convince the government to change the taxi law and have the Police fine Uber drivers and other people who carry unauthorised transport activities. The law changes will be adopted in maximum 30 days, according to the transporters’ association COTAR, which organised the protest. COTAR had that more protests were to be staged in Bucharest, but the protest ended earlier after the transporters reached an agreement with the Government

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